On 14 June 2023, the INTERSECT project organizes an INTERSCT. Workshop on Automated finding, fixing or exploiting of security vulnerabilities. This INTERSCT. Workshop is organized in the context of INTERSECT work packages WP2 (Design) and WP4 (Attack) as the topic is of interest to both. Some of the organizers are also involved in the dcypher project on Automated Vulnerability Research (AVR).
This INTERSCT. Workshop is aimed at researchers and practitioners from the Netherlands working on fuzzing or other automated – dynamic or static – techniques to find, fix or exploit security vulnerabilities in code. As the goal is to create some collaboration and synergy, there will plenty of time for discussion and networking over coffee, lunch and drinks. Presentations can give an overview of past work to discover new applications of earlier research, discuss work-in-progress to discover possibility for synergy with ongoing research, or raise open problems that might be tackled by combining expertise and approaches. There will also be the opportunity for people to give short pitches to signal interests, problems, ideas or case studies to collaborate on.
|10:00||Reception with coffee/tea|
|10:30||First series of presentations:
– Herbert Bos, Cristian Giuffrida, and Erik van der Kouwe (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, VUsec)
– Sjors van den Elzen (Secura)
– Andrea Continella (University Twente)
|13:00||Second series of presentations:
– Sicco Verwer (Delft University of Technology)
– Stefan van den Berg (TNO); joint work with a.o. Bert-Jan te Paske, and Erieke Weitenberg (TNO)
– Harald Vranken (Open University)
|15:00||Third series of presentations followed by discussion:
– Marc Witteman (Riscure)
– Seyed Andarzian, Cristian Daniele, Erik Poll (Radboud University)
– Discussion: open problems, case studies, collaborations, …
If you would like to participate, please register via the below registration button. If you would like to present, then please contact dr. Erik Poll at Radboud University, Registrations will be closed on Monday, 5 June 2023.